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Event Detail

A Virtual Business Opportunity Session in support of Cape Canaveral National Cemetery Phase 2 Expansion Construction

Virtual Business Opportunity (VBOS) Session

Major Construction Project

Cape Canaveral National Cemetery Elwood Phase 2 Expansion

North Mims, Florida

Hosted by

Office of Construction and Facilities Management

and

Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization

Direct Access Program

Overview: The purpose of this project is to complete a cemetery expansion that will increase the burial capacity of Cape Canaveral National Cemetery for eligible Veterans and their dependents in the Brevard County Florida area. This project will develop approximately 30 acres for the Phase 2 gravesite expansion at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery, providing for an additional 10 years of full-option burial capacity to provide approximately 32,200 gravesites, including both casket and cremation sites in new burial sections.

This project will provide the following elements and features: Interment areas (burial sections), including casketed remains of approximately 7,400 pre-placed crypt full casket gravesites, oversized casket section (one burial section) of approximately 300 oversized pre-placed crypt full casket gravesites, cremated remains of approximately 12,300 pre-placed urn crypts with integral headstone support boxes, garden niche, or terrace sites and approximately 12,200 columbarium niches; access roads and parking; grading, drainage, and landscaping; signage and site furnishings; irrigation of new burial sections; protected habitat preservation, wetlands, and mitigation; and geographic information system (GIS) site integration extension into the Phase 2 area.

The approximate project duration will be 1,100 calendar days from Notice to Proceed. The estimated magnitude for this project is between $20,000,000 and $50,000,000.

The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) of 237990 (Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction) with the size standard of $39.5 Million.</span>

Event Details: This VBOS entails access to a recorded presentation outlining the procurement opportunity and related details. Interaction with the Contracting Officer or a question and answer period WILL NOT occur. Firms viewing the recording will be provided contact information to submit questions or request clarity about information presented. Viewing the VBOS will occur “on-demand” after completing registration.

Visit https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3729243681204670731 to register and view the recording.

Note: The background information needed to answer the registration questions is depicted in the above overview.

VA verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSB) view this information. Also, small businesses in other socioeconomic categories (Women-Owned, HUBZone) are highly encouraged to view the information. The registration data compiled contributes to the development of future acquisition strategies.

For questions or additional information regarding this event contact Elizabeth Monohan at Elizabeth.Monohan@va.gov

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